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those calls have increased since trump fired fbi director james comey last week. bay area representative says all americans should breathe a sigh of relief. "it it took a lot of guts for him to make this decision and to place someone with such sterling credentials to take over this position."sen. richard blumenthal> "bob mueller is someone with a history of expertise and experience. with the guts and backbone to stand up and speak out against any kind of political influence, speaking to the graduating class at the coast guard academy, the president said he will not let what he called the 'naysayers" get him down. "no politician in history, and i say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly."those critics are not confined to the news media. "i rise today, mister speaker, to call for the impeachment of the president of the united states of america." "it is now coming closer and closer to a constitutional crisis."
it's reaching the point where it's of watergate size and scale." two days ago, the washington post reported that the president gave russian officials highly classified information from israel. yesterday, the new york times said comey had memos indicating he tried to talk him into dropping the fbi investigation of his former security adviser, michael flynn. you know, it's obviously, it's no small matter when we're talking about impeaching the president of the united states"members of both parties are now asking to see comey's notes on his oval office encounters. house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz scheduled a hearing with comey next week ... but tweeted that the former fbi chief has changed his phone number. "our democracy has become a mess. . the turmoil in washington triggered a sell=off on wall street .... stocks suffering their biggest one day drop since last september. " i think we're at a point
where it seems like the presidency is starting to crackle and become vulnerable. i think wall street is feeling that for the first time. (catherine) the uproar has threatened to overshadow mr. trump's first overseas trip as president,he leaves friday for a nine=day journey that includes stops in saudi arabia, israel and the vatican. vicki and grant? (vicki) and happening now... a live press conference in concord. the contra costa county fire investigators... are discussing a recent arrest made in a string of car fires in that county. (grant) the suspect police have in custody is accused of setting more than 40 fires. a press conference... -identified as jason bishop -the 36-year-old is pittsburg.... he now faces several arson charges.
(vicki) in the north bay - disbelief and shock after the discovery of two people found dead inside their home. it happened around 8:30 this morning... at a home off of atherton avenue in novato... people who were visiting the elderly couple found the two dead inside their home... and called police... sheriff's deputies say the two people died from gunshot wounds and they are investigating this case as a possible murder-suicide.... doug pittman, marin co. sheriff's dept. "is there any indication of a threat to the community. no, thank you for asking that, it does not appear that way." "no indication of foul play." (vicki) detectives searched the home and are trying to figure out exactly what happened. the couples names have not yet been released.... neighbors say the couple was quiet, but friendly... and had lived in the home for at least 40 years. (grant) lines outside dmv
offices in the bay area - were extra long today...after a computer power outage impacted several dmv offices across the state. however, as of 4:15... services were back up and running... but not before causing a huge backup. dmv officials described the outage as a connectivity issue. this is video from one of the offices in san francisco where... the computers went dark. you may remember last october - when an outage hit every single dmv brach in the state. it lasted for several days and forced some branches to close entirely. that problem was blamed on a hardware failure in sacramento. (vicki) over 200 students in at least 10 different campuses in san jose were sickened with the stomach flu... the hardest hit school is hacienda elementary school... about 90 kids coming down with the stomach flu in the span of three weeks. in response to the outbreak, the school is having professional cleaners come in, in the overnight hours to
disinfect common areas like the playground, cafeteria and bathrooms to eliminate the virus. county and school officials are asking parents of sick students to keep their kids home for at least 48 hours to limit further spread of the illness. (grant) emotional testimony and a possible snag for the prosecution as the penalty phase of the sierra lamar murder trial continues in san jose. kron four's rob fladboe has the latest now live from the courthouse in san jose. rob? (rob live) it's not clear what, if any, impact it will have but the defense wants the jury to hearabout how the lead investigator in the sierra lamar case was found by a judge in another, unrelated murder case, to have given false testimony. the jury also heard from several of
sierra's classmates, one of her teachers and from her sister danielle. the prosecution picked up where it left off tuesday, calling to the stand several of sierra'shigh school classmates who gave emotional testimony about how sierra's murder hurt them too and changed their lives. a few jurors dabbed at their eyes as sierra's sister danielle laughed and cried, as she said how a part of her died with sierra. earlier, in what could have significant repercussions in the case, the defense informed the court that detective herman leon, who oversaw much of the sierra lamar investigation, was found by a judge last week to have given false testimony in another case, ordering a new trial. the defense now seems intent on using that to cast doubt on leon's testimony in this case, to influence the jury to sparegarcia torres from the death penalty. legal analyst steven clark. " if the court feels there are credibility issues involving one of the detectives that should have been disclosed to the defense, that will certainly be grounds for them
to ask for a new trial. the real issue is did the d a have information about this detective and didn't disclose it to the defense during the guilt phase of the trial, so it could have an impact on the penalty phase but more importantly, it could effect the guilt phase..." (rob live) judge vanessa zecher did not immediately zecher did not vanessa judge vanessa zecher did not immediately rule on whether to permit the jury to hear about the detective's testimony being called into question. tomorrow, the prosecution is expected to call sierra's mother and father to the stand as it argues for the death penalty. live in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (grant) thousands of dollars are
now being offered... to track down the person responsible... for the death of nearly a dozen dogs found in trash bags in the north bay. (vicki) plus, sex offenders are required to register a current address to local law enforcement. but are they really - where they say they are? we investigate. (grant) and next, it's been nearly a month since a massive power outage in san francisco... which even caused a bart station to go dark. we'll tell you how the transit agency is making improvements - to keep its passengers safe....and out of the dark. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
(grant) bart is taking steps to prevent scenes like this... riders... stuck in pitch black tunnels during a power outage.(vicki) that happened last month in the montgomery street station... forcing a station closure and evacuation.(grant) kron 4's dan kerman is live there tonight...dan you would think there would be some kind of emergency lighting during a power outage.
these new batteries are what will keep bart riders out of the dark should the power go out in the bart station. they've been installed following last months p, g and e outage that plunged riders at the montgomery bart station into darkness sot alicia trost/bart spokeswomanthat shouldn't happen, we have emergency lighting systems in all of our stations , they are checked frequently, they are maintained so there's no reason for them not to come on. but barts emergency lights didn't come on and days later,
emergency lights failed at bart's richmond station . and this was just the tip of the iceberg.sotwhat we found is 14 stations didn have emergency light systems. that's nearly a third of the stations in the bart system.. yet bart says inspection reports indicated these systems had been tested and were working. now bart is suggesting some of its employees weren't doing their job properlysotwe are taking necessary disciplinary action based on what our audit found. when it comes to the documentation paperwork check and balances , the preventative maintenance that should be taking place , how often it should be taking place, the documentation is provided when it takes place new batteries like these are now in place in 6 of the stations, while a temporary fix is in place at the others until all 14 stations have new batteries. this will allow enough light for passengers to safely evacuate in case of an outage, until an emergency generator is brought on site. (vicki) in san francisco... supervisors are considering new ways for people to pay for city fees and fines... the city's task force wants to base a ticket amount on a person's ability to pay... instead of setting the same cash amount for everyone regardless of income. they found traffic tickets in california are some
of the highest in the country. four- million people in the state have had their driver's licenses suspended because they could not afford to pay the fines. the task force recommends that the city offer community service options, flexible payment plans, or even waive some fees. (grant) safety's the name of the game in the east bay town of danville...and tonight...something knows as an exchange zone...is helping prevent potential crime. with more and more people turning to internet sites like craigslist to buy items directly from private sellers, the exchange zone, located in the police parking lot, now serves as a safe place to buy and sell things.
place to actually meet somebody maybe they don't know or maybe aren't sure about"> although the exchange zone is located in the danville police parking lot, city employees will not act as witnesses to any transactions, nor give any legal advice or settle any disputes that may arise during or after any exchange (vicki) authorities are looking to file trespassing charges against these two teens... who climbed the golden gate bridge. and these guys didn't just climb the bridge.... once they got to the top they started performing stunts like doing somersaults, and hanging from the cables with no safety equipment. the daredevils, peter teatime and his friend tommy rector are from wisconsin. they dodged the bridge's security systems and climbed the 746 foot-high structure with no safety equipment last month.
now officials with the golden gate bridge, highway and transportation district... are looking into steps to prevent something like this from happening again. (grant) will it ever end?? the sierra...was hit with another round of snow last night. heavy snow made it diffcult for drivers along interstate 80... near soda springs. the snow was melting once it hit the pavement, but the freeway surface was nontheless slippery. the snow - really catching people off guard in that area. "this is awesome, it's very refreshing.""yea, i thought i was done with this but i guess not.""made sure i had a full tank of gas and keep the speed down." ski resorts near lake tahoe plan to stay open through the july fourth holiday. july fourth through the stay open tahoe plan to ski resorts speed down."and keep the speed down." ski resorts near lake tahoe plan to stay open through the july fourth holiday.
(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. breezy onshore flow will persist today along with mostly sunny skies. a more robust warming trend will take place through late week and into the upcoming weekend as high pressure builds along the coast. (vicki) coming up, google
introducing a lot of new gadgets... at its big annual developer conference. find out how they plan to blow the competition away. (grant) but first, outrage in the east bay... after a man is detained for selling fruit on the side of the road. why police say they arrested the guy. who are these people?
the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (vicki)(2-shot 10-thousand
dollars. that's more than double the amount of the previous reward offered for information leading to arrest and conviction of whomever mutilated and discarded as many as a dozen dead dogs in vallejo.(grant) kron four's philippe djegal reports on the increased reward money and why animal rescue groups are teaming up to solve this case.. (philippe) three months after the initial discovery...
julia orr/jarr- "i mean, the sadness is overwhelming." some remains of dead dogs still rest in the bark off columbus parkway near lake herman road in vallejo.julia orr/jarr- "yeah, the smell -- it hits you immediately." julia orr speaks for "jameson animal rescue ranch" in the napa valley -- or "jarr." a non-profit organization deeply concerned by this case. julia orr/jarr- "we definitely have a concern that there's a serial animal killer out here." the initial reward offered in this case was two thousand dollars... then, it went up to four and a half thousand dollars... now, it's up to ten thousand dollars... and, julia says it's possible even that amount can increase.carine peters/discovered dogs- "someone knows something, someone saw something -- um, it's time to get some answers." carine peters is the one who first called animal services back in february about as many as a dozen dismembered dogs left on the side of the road. she still walks past the site on a weekly basis.carine peters/discovered dogs- "some people have sent me pictures to look and see if i can identify and possibly, um, put their mind at ease that their
dog was or was not in this particular find." "jarr," "norcal bully breed rescue" and the "center of animal rescue and education in solano county"... have teamed to offer the 10-thousand dollar reward. call any of those groups with information that could eventually help solve this case.julia orr/jarr- "we felt this case was so important and so egregious, that we had to do something." carine peters/discovered dogs- "those dogs will be engrained in my mind -- probably, until the day i die." the solano county sheriff's office manages animal services in vallejo... and, a sheriff's spokesperson says this case is still open. in vallejo, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) immigrant and civil rights activists were handing out fruit....and protestingthe alameda county sheriff's department today... (vicki) catherine heenan is here with more on why they're angry....and how it all beganwith a photograph.. (catherine) a citizen recently took this photo of a fruit vendor under arrest - on a cornerin san
lorenzo.. a police officer is checking what the man had been selling....without a permit. and although it's harder to see.....the vendor is sitting in the shadows to the right -- in handcuffs.the photo was posted on social media and stirred up controversy... a protest today was held outside the alameda county sheriff's headquarters in oakland...with people arguing that it was pointless and insensitive to arrest the immigrant vendor... the sheriff's office says it's not that simple...that a deputy approached the man to tell him it was illegal to sell produce on the corner...and when asked for his i-d, he tried to run away. it turns out the man is on federal probation..... protestorin the first place why was an arrest being conducted. why was he even being asked for his i-d -- right? ray kelly/alameda county sheriff's dept.we don't go out proactively seeking fruit vendors to arrest. this case wouldn't have even ended in an arrest had the person not tried to push past our deputy, literally push our deputy. and then tried to run and flee. all we wanted from the get-go was to tell this man hey,please pack up your fruit and vegetables and could you please move on. the alameda county
sheriff's office has posted the photo on its own facebook page...witha letter of explanation.. saying that selling food on street corners violates public health codes and county ordinances. deputies act on complaints from local businesses.. the department spokesman says the controversy has been hostile at times....withdeputies even getting death threats. vicki and grant? (vicki) coming up, we go undercover with law enforcement.... to make sure local convicted sex offenders -- living in the bay area -- are now doing the right thing. this story - next. (grant) then, a mother's plea. it's been more than a month since the disappearance of a 5-year-old boy in southern california. now his mom - is reaching out to the public to help bring her child home.
is to crack down on people who are not following the rules. (vicki) that task force doesn't just crack down on those breaking the rules... they also check up on sex offenders to make sure they are living where they say they are.(grant) tonight... kron4's maureen kelly takes us along with the deputies .... as they visit the homes of high- risk sex offenders. (deputy) "7979 macarthur #10. compliance check."two sheriff deputies on the alameda county safe task force are headed to the east oakland home of a high risk pedofile...they've asked i not use their names or show their faces because they are undercover.29:15 he got his conviction for lewd and lascivious act with a child back in 2002 in walnut creek, it looks like the last time anyone recorded a check on him was in november of 2015. his mother said he still lived there but know one had face to face contact with him.here's antonio espanol's photo from the megan's law website. he's gone thru a psychological test that determined him to be high
risk for re-offending. 32:50 he's high risk he's a 9 out of 1026:38 (nats) knocking (deputy) no one home,(woman) she's at work.(deputy) does her son still live here?(woman) yep he's at school i think. (deputy) you know about him. (woman) what about him? (deputy) he's an offender. you know he registers?(woman) he's registered(deputy) oh confirmed by a neighbordespite not seeing them for themselves the deputies are satisfied that espanol is still living there. (deputy) 27:58 we'll be fine with that and we'll be back in a couple months28:06 she doesn't like us talking about him but she knows he's an offender so whether they want to talk about it or they don't want to talk about it, in this particular guy's case, it's important people know right because all together they can do a good job of keeping an eye on the guy...you know there are kids in this complexback in the patrol car on the way to the next stop they explain the importance of checking up on sex offenders. (deputy) 50:49 the main reason that i've been told and i've come to learn is that there is no identified quote unquote cure for sex offenders, that it's a
predilection, a predisposition that's part of their personality and the best way to manage sex offenders in our society, is to let them know that they are going to be checked on and that their behavior is going to be monitored you hope that will act as a deterrent, to help them to keep from re-offending and at another house call in oakland of another high risk sex offender...starts out routine but then the deputies find something that doesn't quite add up.(deputy) 47:03 he was convicted back in 2006 of lewd and lascivious act with a child and he's been checked on before and found to be here.46:17 hello ma'am we are looking for mr ivory buggs (mother) he's not here but you can come in,(deputy) does he still live here(mother) yes he does. inside they ask the mother more questions and look around.(deputy)we are looking for any kind of illegal activity but we are also looking for signs of deception, such as they don't really live there,57:11 in a house we are looking do they in fact live there we are looking for clothes, for shoes that would match, mail to them, does it look like they actually stay theredoes he stay here every night? (mother) yeah. of does he stay somewhere else sometimes he stays out with his friends on the weekend (deputy), oh he
stays with a friend, but he lives here. this is his address his mom didn't seem to mind the intrusion.(mother gwendolyn phipps)45:16 that's what they have to do, that's what they have to do make sure they aren't in the streets i guess being abusive to people i guessthe deputies leave but outside tell me they didn't see much in the way of men's clothes in that house...which has them suspicious.(deputy) he may be just using the address and not actually living thereoutside the complex they run into the manager who has more information.(deputy) so you know about him right(manager) i do from megan's list i do, i check megan's list all the time, because my kids are here, so he doesn't live here but he comes and goes (deputy) 40:17 why do you think she's not telling us that he doesn't live here, (manager)she doesn't want him to go back to jail or something, she let him register in her house, (deputy) has she told you why she lets him register there., (manager)she just said oh don't worry about him. no i'm going to worry about him because there are kids herethe manager says she's glad they are checking up on people like her tenant.(sandy try)41:49 they should be checked up on more often.it's a concern for everybody i've told most of the parents here who he is and that he's on megan's law and
nobody likes it but you know we can't make him move. i hope they find him because if he's registered here than obviously he's not hereso what started as a simple compliance check is now a case that needs further looking into.the task force will do a follow up interview with that sex offender to try and determine if he's deliberating hiding his address from them or is just unclear that he can register more than one address with law enforcement. (deputy) 35:40 its not that he's not completely not here, but he's not here all the time which means he's somewhere else, which means we want to know where that isá (maureen/standup)the deputies say in their experience roughly one in ten people they go to check up on are living someone other than where the california sex offender database says they are. and those lying about their address are breaking the law and at risk for arrest. maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) and coming up tonight at ten, megan's list is filled with names of sex offenders and where they live... however, there is
a group of sex offenders who do ánot have to register and could actually be living in your neighborhood. we investigate - tonight at ten. (grant) the number of people arrested by immigration agents in the early months of the trump administration... increased dramaticially and is up nearly 40 percent compared to the same time last year. ice agents say they've arrested more than 41- thousand immigrants... suspected of being in the country illegally from january to april. the figures show that arrests of immigrants with no criminal convictions more than doubled. however, the number of people deported from the u-s has declined under president trump. the president signed executive orders to boost deportations back in january. (grant) covering california... 21 members of the violent ms-13 gang were arrested last night in los angeles. heavily armed officers raided two dozen locations across the city. the arrests capped a nearly 3 year investigation by federal, state and local law enforcement. among those
arrested...the former head of the gang, who faces numerous federal charges. three gang members are charged with murder. los angeles is the u-s base for ms-13, which has tens of thousands of members worldwide. authorities count the gang among the largest criminal organizations in the us. (vicki) the mother of a missing california boy continues her plea to bring him home safe. the mother of aramazd andressian junior reported him missing on april 22nd after his father failed to show up for a scheduled custody exchange. the five- year-old's mother believes he is still alive but without any clear answers --- she is living her worst nightmare. ana estevez, mother:"my son's disappearance is my worst nightmare. it has been 32 days, almost three hours since i last hugged my son, kissed him or told him how much i love him. there are no words to describe how devastated and heartbroken i am." the child's father --- aramazd andressian senior --- was found passed out in a park
just hours before the boy's mother said the two failed to show up for the custody exchange. investigators say the 35-year-old father had ingested prescription drugs that did not belong to him. they say andressian was found next to his vehicle, which had been doused in gasoline inside and out. he was arrested later in the day after the child was reported missing, but he was released, because -- according to authorities --- there was not enough information to prosecute him. (grant) still ahead... one fan at last night's a's- mariner's game got a new piece of memorabilia... and now he's asking the athletic's to foot the bill - their response just ahead. (vicki) and next, google - introducing a new lineup of gadgets. tech reporter gabe slate joins us on set next - to show you whats in store. (grant) the growing political drama in washington - rattled wall street today.... knocking the dow down more than 370 points... and giving the stock market its biggest single-day slump in eight months. the nasdaq slipping nearly 160 points. and the s&p dropping about
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[ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] (vicki)google kicked off its big annual developer conference today in mountain view. it's a two day tech show that brings thousands of developers together to show off what they have been working on. (grant)competition has been heating up lately between google, apple, and
amazon to get out the software and hardware consumers want. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate is here to show us what google unveiled today.. ((gabe on camera)) google showed off their new operating system "android "o" for phones and tabletsand it has a couple features that will make android users happy.. and they showed off a new a product. software based called "google lens".. here's a look. ((pkg)) google announced that their next android operating system "o" will have a feature that android users have been waiting for.. picture in picture. when watching a video you can do something else at the same time.. the video will just shrink into lower corner and keep playing.. david burke/google android vp engineering says:"o" will bring a new feature called notification dots on the app icon you will see a dot when you have a new notification related to that app. david burke/google android vp engineering says: google says the new operating system will create better battery life for any device running it and it will be the most secure yet.
it comes with a new built in app called google play protect which will scan apps and tell if you they are carrying viruses or appear to be built unsafe. stephanie cuthbertson/g oogle android product manager says:android "o" will be out later this summer. happy to announce google assistant is now available on the iphone google's voice assistant answer to siri and alexa is called "google assistant" it's been available only on a few android devices. now it's on the iphone.it let's you ask questions and have the artificial intelligence built in do tasks for you through your phone. to lure people to google assistant they showed off a new feature coming soon called google lens a set of vision based computing technologies that can understand what you're looking at and help you take action. you point your camera on your phone at a flower and information about that flower will come up on the screen immediately and automatically. or you could point your phone at a restaurant and get info about the food they serve.. make a reservation.another example they showed off that won over the crowd here you're walking down the street and see a play or concert is booked at a venue you like you point your phone at the markee you can buy tickets right there, play sound from the band, add to your calendar.and your schedule ((gabe on camera)) google lens camera)) ((gabe on ((gabe on camera)) google lens will be coming out later this
year the combo of google assistant and google lens that's going to make for a powerful artificial intelligence tool in your pocket google also showed off new features for their voice activated assistant wifi speaker called google home..and new features to their free google photo app.some cool new stuff for that.i'll show you coming up on kron 4 news at 6pm back to you (grant) coming up, the dubs winning ábig during last nights game. but the series now moves to san antonio... mark carpenter gives us a preview - after the break.
working on for kron 4 news at six. pam? (pam) vicki... as we brought you live at the top of kron 4 news at five... police announced ... they arrested james bishop of pittsburg. they say, he is responsible for a number of car fires around contra costa county last week. tonight we'll tell you how they caught him... and details of the charges he is facing. we will have that story... and much more on kron 4 news at six. vicki back to you. (grant) time now for some warriors talk-- and my goodness, sometimes the dubs just make it look so easy. (vicki) golden state...showing the true meaning of 'strength in numbers' last night.... the series now moves to texas...and it seems an already dangerous warriors team is about to get even better. (grant) kron4's mark carpenter...has more on the win and what lies ahead.
in a radio interview this afternoon, general manager bob myers said steve kerr will be traveling to san antonio. great news, especially since the team feeds off his presence... he was in the locker room for that incredible game 1 rally... and then again last night...when the warriors constructed a 40-point blowout. "right from jump street, he said we gotta come out from the beginning with a sense of urgency. we can't ease into the game and give all of our guys credit, they did not do that.""you know they are a little undermanned, but they still play extremely hard, so we knew we couldn't take em, we couldn't come out here and relax. we couldn't think they were just gonna give us the game, we had to go take it.' unlike game 1, the warriors....didn't need any time to shake off the rust. before the first half was over, they were up by 30.... and shot 65-percent from the field. one storyline worth mentioning-- the disaster avoided...when lamarcus aldridge closed out on a kevin durant jumpshot. a
play...very similar to the one that sent kawhi leonard out of game 1. but--kd has no hard feelings. "it's a part of the game. it's been happening forever since i've been in the league and i think bigs just try to contest shots and sometimes that stuff may happen, but it's not on purpose at all." the warriors now head to texas... two wins away from a 3rd- consecutive sweep. although they remain unblemished in the postseason, no one is about to start pondering this team's place in nba history. "it's pretty easy not to think about that if you know what i mean." "we think game one was tough?? whew, down in san antonio, it's gonna be more than a dogfight and there's no easing into any game down there because they are already a dangerous team." game 3 is saturday night...and leonard is expected back in the spurs lineup. mark carpenter, kron4 news (vicki) one unsuspecting fan had
a pretty eventful night during last night's oakland a's and seattle mariner's game.(grant) that's because of oakland a's first baseman ryon healy. during the second inning, healy sent a ball soaring to the upper deck of safeco field.... only to land on a mariner's fan's cell phone. that fan - peter johnson - tweeted at the a's... "can you guys please buy me a new phone... your 2 run shot broke mine." and attached a picture of his shattered phone. his tweet quickly made the rounds - and luckily for johnson, the a's got on it. the team tweeted back saying they'd be buying him a new phone. the a's also went on to win 9 to 6... but it obviously wasn't a total loss for this mariners fan.
(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. breezy onshore flow will persist today along with mostly sunny skies. a more robust warming trend will take place through late week and into the upcoming weekend as high pressure builds along the coast. (vicki) up next, a boy with up next, (vicki) up next, a boy with
actress pauley perrette this week reached out to help a child with special needs... whose wheelchair was stolen over the weekend.(vicki) the n-c-i-s star -- who said she was tired of seeing injustice -- gave the boy a new wheelchair after seeing his story on the news. rachel kim reports. joseph says raising his special need son ma was made session year with his wheelchair, but he discovered
that someone took sammy's wheelchair.he has developmental disabilities, is blind, nonverbal, and depends on his custom made item to get around and stay safe.his dad said it cost them $3500.when we ran this story earlier today ncis star pauley perez saw it is contacted us.she said she wanted to give sammy a new wheelchair.joseph de leon / father: "i can't believe it. i'm speechless. it's definitely a blessing." after we spoke to joseph, we spoke to pauley perrette and asked her why she wanted to help.pauley perrette / ncis actress: "it's every level of wrong, i am tired of seeing stories on the news, and happening to my friends, i am -- could we just put word out to stop stealing wheelchairs? so i saw that story tonight, i fell in love with that family, and i am determined to help them."pauley's friends, marissa and marin mclaughlin have had them, they have had wheelchairs stolen from them. the sisters have a disease that affects their mobility. they have this message for wheel chair thieves.marissa mclaughlin / wheelchair theft victim: "it takes away our independence to not be able to have these. we just depend on them so much please just don't
do it."pauley wants the de leon family to know she wants to help.pauley perrette / ncis actress: "my mantra is romans 12:21, which is don't be overcome by evil - overcome evil with good, and this is the way we do it."joseph de leon / father: "sammy sends his love and his thanks." (grant) perrette reportedly gave the family 9-thousand dollars -- more than enough to cover the cost of the wheelchair.(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. (granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) grant and vicki thank you... we are learning new details about the man arrested for a series of car fires around contra costa county. we will have the latest next at six.(pam) plus, a special counsel will
( steve ) a suspect is identified in a series of car arsons in the east bay. and investigators are worried he may be responsible for dozens of other fires. ( steve ) good evening i'm steve aveson.( pam ) and i'm pam moore. we first brought you this announcement live during our 5 p-m news ... we have been going through what investigators said ... and have sorted it out. grant lodes is in the kron four breaking news center ... with the specifics.. ( grant ) pam and steve... we have been following this story
of a little over a week now. we first heard of an arrest over the weekend... tonight we know who the suspect is. 36-year-old james bishop the third.... of pittsburg... is facing dozens of charges tonight for a series of fires that torched cars all over contra costa county. it turns out investigators were able to use surveillance video to track down bishop. they say they kept seeing a toyota rav 4 near some of the fires. as they dug into the case... they identified bishop as a suspect. and when they went to arrest him... he was driving a 1996 toyota rav 4. bishop does have a criminal record... but has not been busted for arson before. investigators are confident they have theiy guy.
what is a typical rate of occurrence and none have shared the characteristics common to the series we are investigating.>( grant ) investigators say the uptick in car fires started at the beginning of april... but they are looking into fires dating back to the start of the year. at this time, they think bishop acted alone. they have not discussed any sort of motive. bishop is scheduled to make his first court appearance tomorrow. the contra costa county fire department is asking for witnesses to come forward to help with the investigation since there are several other car fires they would like to solve.. steve. (steve) another big story we are following tonight... a major development in the probe into russian interference in the 2016 election. the justice department announced it has appointed former f-b-i director robert mueller as special counsel to oversee the investigation. according
to assistant attorney general rod rosenstein... mueller is.. authorized to prosecute federal crimes arising from the investigation of these matters. the appointment comes amid criticism of president trump's firing of former f-b-i director james comey. today's appointment has drawn praise from lawmakers. "the decision by rod rosentstein to actually identify a special counsel and name robert mueller is remarkable.... it took a lot of guts for him to make this decision and to place someone with such sterling credentials to take over this position. everyone in this country should breathe a sigh of relief right now." (steve) mueller led the f-b-i from 2001 to 2013. earlier in his career he was the u.s. attorney in san francisco where he rose to become the chief of the criminal division. (steve) the trump white house meanwhile is trying to contain two new bombshell allegations. (pam) on monday, the president was accused of sharing classified
information with russia... now, he is being accused of trying to derail an f-b-i investigation. scott mclean with our partners at c-n-n reports from washington. pres donald trump: no politician in history, and i say this with great surety, has been treated worse and more unfairly. in the spotlight in connecticut, president trump took a swipe at the media, but back in washington, his actions are under the microscope. back in washington, trump's actions that are under the microscope. sen. john mccain/-r- arizona/from cbs: it's reaching the point where it's of watergate size and scale watergate proportions' because -- as some critics say -- the latest accusations should come with watergate-sized consequences. rep. al green/-d- texas:i rise today, mister speaker, to call for the impeachment of the president of the united states of america.according to a sources familiar with the matter, a memo written by former fbi director james comey states the president asked him to let go of the investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn's
possible ties to russia. the white house says the account is "not accurate" congressional oversight committees, and members of both parties are now asking to see comey's notes on the oval office encounter. rep. paul ryan/-r- house speaker: there's clearly politics being played. our job is to get the facts and be sober about doing it. rep. adam schiff/ -d- california: i think we follow the evidence, we obtain the evidence, we hear the testimony.all of this -- as the white house also tries to contain revelations that the president shared isis-related classified information with russian officials.h.r. mcmaster/national security adviser: what the president discussed with the foreign minister was wholly appropriate to that conversation.in washington, i'm scott mclean. ( pam ) up until today ... the stock market had shrugged off all the crises surrounding the trump white house. but when the closing bell rang on wall street today, it signaled the end of brutal day for stocks. worries.. the numerous scandals may derail
the president's pro- business agenda, led to a broad sell off ... sending the markets tumbling. ( pam ) this was the worst day since september. the dow jones industrial average dropped by 372- points. the nasdaq fell by 158- points. the s-and-p- 500 was off by- 43, bank stocks were hit particularly hard. (2-shot/steve) a development that could have repercussions surfacing in thesierra lamar murder trial today.(2-shot/pam) kron four's rob fladeboe has details on that... as the penalty phase of the trial continues in san jose. rob fladeboe/san jose" new information surfaced today that the defense is suggesting could be evidence of what it termed 'lingering doubt' about defendant antolin garcia torres guilt. legal analsyst steven clark says the defense could ask for a new trial. meantime, testimony continues as the jury must decide whether to sentence garcia torres to the death penalty or to life in prison..."the prosecution picked up where it left off tuesday, calling to the stand several of sierra's high school classmates who
gave emotional testimony about how sierra's murder hurt them too and changed their lives. a few jurors dabbed at their eyes as sierra's sister danielle laughed and cried, as she said how a part of her died with sierra. earlier, in what could have significant repercussions in the case, the defense informed the court that detective herman leon, who oversaw much of the sierra lamar investigation, was found by a judge last week to have given false testimony in another case, ordering a new trial. the defense now seems intent on using that to cast doubt on leon's testimony in this case, to influence the jury to spare garcia torres from the death penalty. legal analyst steven clark.steven clark/legal analyst" so what the garcia torres defense team wants to do now is take the fact that there was a judicial finding of a credibility problem with the officer and then use it by saying if it was an issue in that case maybe it's an issue in this case or at least have been given the chance to cross examine the officer..."rob fladeboe/san joseif the information about the false testimony is not permitted in the penalty phase, clark says it could very well be part of an appeal.meantime, the prosecution will call more wtinesses tomorrow, including sierra's mother and father.
( steve ) in the north bay - disbelief and shock after the discovery of two people found dead inside their home. distraught family members and friends showed up at the house after the news broke. authorities say they were called to this large hosue off a small narrow road near the atherton exit in novato early wednesday morning - marin county sheriff spokesperson doug pittman says the two people - an older couple were found inside shot.
investigation leads up to belive there is absolutely no threat to the neighborhood. there is absolutely no threat to the cimmunity here in novato.">( steve ) throughout the day - detectives searched the house as they investigated the double shooting to try and figure out exactly what happened. neighbors say the couple was quiet, but friendly. they had lived in the home for at least 40 years. ( steve ) bart is disciplining employees and changing the way it documents equipment inspections tonight. ( pam ) this comes, after last month's power outage that plunged the montgomery street station into darkness. kron 4's dan kerman is live there tonight, where bart officials are saying .. this should never have happened in the first place. dan?
this is what it looked like last month when san francisco's montgomery bart station was plunged into darkness during a p,g and e power outage but bart says it never should have happened because its emergency lighting system should have kicked in sot alicia trost/bart spokesperson 15-25the documentation showed it was working at the montgomery station it was april 5 it was checked but when we went in and did our audit we found the batteries were not holding proper voltage so something wasn't being done correctly. and it wasn't just there in fact emergency lighting systems at 14 of bart's 46 stations weren't working. now bart employees will have to answer for that.sotwhen we found a problem we took action and that included disciplinary action for those involved and the manager.bart is now installing new batteries at those 14 stations 6 have some far been completed, while the others have a temporary fix in place. bart is also taking steps to make sure this lapse never happens again.sotwe've done a complete overhaul of the process, documentation audits, inspections, preventative maintenance. so they are occurring more frequently, there are more
checks and balances to prevent what happened moving forward 111/moving forward ( steve ) coming up.. the challenges to manage the growing water levels at one of the state's most pristine lake tourist spots .. and what it means to visitors.( pam ) bee hives are essential pollinators for crops... and a major theft in california involving thousands of hives .. is creating a major buzz.( brittney ) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp... i'm tracking a warm up on the horizon... that's coming up in my full forecast in less than ten minutes.
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google showed off new hardware and software today ... to thousands of developers and members of the press... during the keynote address at the kick off to its annual developer tech show (( steve 2)) they talked about their progress with machine learning and articial intelligence and how it's improving their consumer gadgets. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate is here to show us what new products they unveiled.. ((gabe on camera)) google showed off new features for their voice activated assistant wifi speaker called "google home".and new artificial intelligence
features being built into their free google photos app.here's a look.. ((pkg)) rishi chandra/vice president google home products says: google is late to the party amazon's echo home wifi speaker with voice assistant alexa built in is currently the most popular home assistant gadget on the market.. today they showed off new features for home. trying to prove it's better than the echo rishi chandra/vice president google home products says:this hands phone calling through the home device will be free and it will call landlines and cell phones. google is so confident in their artificial intellegence software built into the home they added a new proactive feature. that will try to predict helpful information for you and sound off. rishi chandra/vice president google home products says:
playing game with kids and google home lights up and i say what up? it tells me there is traffic that could make me late for my next appointment">google is also adding new artificial intellegence featuers to their google photos app. like the ability to automatically share pictures the app will recognize friends based on their face and prompt you to share. abnil sabharwal/vice president google photos says: ((gabe on camera)) google also showed off google also camera)) ((gabe on camera)) google also showed off their new operating system "android "o" for phones and tabletsit has a couple features that will make android users happy.. and
they showed off a new a product. called "google lens".. you can learn about those on my tech page on kron 4 dot com.. back to you ( steve ) san francisco is planning to go high-tech at its 22 parking facilities. it is going to upgrade them over the next three years and add features such as license plate readers. this will show not only who comes and goes out... but could help drivers who lose their parking tickets. there also will be a pre-pay feature so people can avoid long lines. the payment system will even be upgraded. the city will install credit card chip readers to prevent fraud. ( pam ) the d-m-v says, it has fixed a problem tonight that caused outages at numerous branches around the bay area earlier today. the incident was being described as a connectivity issue.. and you can see the impact it had throughout the day. this is from one of the offices in san francisco, where the computers went dark. and with no computers... the line was long for those who had business to conduct. the d-m-v says, it is now processing all those transactions.
lake tahoe is just about full..... and is inching closer to reaching its maximum legal capacity... catherine heenan is here with details on how managing the water levelsis becoming more of a challenge... (catherine) it's mostly good news... lake tahoe has now filled well over its natural rim.... the first time it's happened in years.... these are photos of the lake.... a tourist favorite that's been looking particularly beautiful... it's expected that the water levels will creep 'over' the legal level -- so it's being carefully managed...with lots of releases planned over the next few months. of course this is happening because of the very wet winter we had......with a big sierra snowpack... tahoe even got a little more snow last night.. as the melt-off continues...the dam that releases water from lake tahoe into thetruckee river is fully open.......to allow for as much water release as possible. this 'will' affect visitors to the river....for example - people
are being warned against rafting and swimming because of the higher, faster-moving water levels.. pam and steve? let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area... chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. breezy onshore flow will persist today along with mostly sunny skies. a more robust warming trend will take place through late week and into the upcoming weekend as high pressure builds along the coast. ( pam )( pam ) ( pam ) coming up next... a
buzzing over the arrest of a man accused of stealing thousands of beehives from california almond orchards.. catherine heenan is here with more on the thefts - totaling nearly a million dollars.. (catherine) it's one of the biggest thefts of its kind on record.. in this particular case, hives began vanishing overnight in several california counties....a problemthat began three years ago.. authorities got a big break last month...when they acted on a tip and foundwhat's been described as a "chop shop" of stolen beehives on a lot outside fresno. they arrested a 51-year-old sacramento area man -- described by investigators as a "beekeeper turned criminal." bees are big business in california - with many almond growers renting hivesto pollinate their crops. the suspect is accused of lying to farmers - and renting out hives which were 'not'his own...
sgt. arley terrencefresno county sheriff's office through our investigation we think there may be one more subject he's been working with. but he's the primary suspect we've identified. stanislaus county, yolo county, sutter county, colusa county and kern county. so up north, all the way down to bakersfield is where he's been stealing these from. fred stewart/beekeeperhere this guy that has live hives he's put in the effort and someone steals it from him, it's shameful. during the investigation - detectives saw a man tending hives in a protective suit in a orchard southeast of fresno - and later identified him as the suspect - pavel t-veer-dinoff. they arrested him and found around 25-hundred hives worth nearly 900-thousand dollars. aside from charging pollination fees.....they believe he was also planning to sell the bees' honey. the suspect has since bailed out of jail. only some of the hives have been returned
to their owners...who say they werebadly damaged and in some cases - filled with dying bees. pam and steve? ( steve) coming up.. a major bay area animal cruelty case is now leading to a ten-thousand dollar reward for help finding those responsible.(pam) word that warriors coach steve kerr is planning to hit the road to san antonio with the team .. we'll have an update on his health status.(steve) a new safe zone in the east bay for people making craigs' list trades... we'll show you where. this is me
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and can lead to hospitalization and death. if you are taking viberzi, you should not take medicines that cause constipation. the most common side effects of viberzi include constipation, nausea, and abdominal pain. stay ahead of ibs-d with viberzi. ( steve on cam)there is a new ... exchange zone... in the east bay town of danville( pam on cam) danville police say, buyers and sellers who use the internet to meet online ... now have a safe place to meet... to make their exchanges in person.. kron4's haaziq madyun shows you where.. you found something that you want to buy on the internet but you're not sure where to meet the seller to make the transaction. you could take the seller up on his idea to meet in some secluded location or in the parking lot of his motel...probably not the safest options. you could invite the seller, whom you have never met, over to your house to make the exchange?
"i'm more worried about the privacy of my home and not inviting strangers to my home"> instead of doing that, invite the seller or buyer to meet you here at the new exchange zone in the town of danville police department's parking lot danville police sgt. mark johnson mark krogh says he likes having a safe option to make exchangesthe town of danville has a relatively low crime rate. it is a pretty safe place in general but
police say crimes related to property exchanges are on the rise in other areasin danville haaziq madyun kron4news ( pam ) more money on the table to catch an alleged dog killer. today, jameson animal rescue ranch in the napa valley ... announced it has teamed up with two other north bay non- profit groups. they are offering a combined 10-thousand dollars ... for information to solve what appears to be an animal cruelty case. three months ago -- a woman discovered as many as a dozen dismembered dogs left in bags off columbus parkway, near lake herman road. so far, no one has claimed responsibility.. and exactly what happened to the dogs is still a mystery. carine peters/discovered dogs- "someone knows something,
someone saw something, um, its time to get some answers."// julia orr/jarr- "we definitely have a concern that theres a serial animal killer out here. i mean, the murder of 12 to 13 dogs isn't an accident -- that's definitely, um, something that was done deliberately."(pam) the solano county sheriff's office says, there is still an open and active investigation on this case. the sheriff's office manages animal services in vallejo. ( steve ) students did show up for school today but many parents opted to keep their kids at home following a stomach virus outbreak in the south bay. hacienda elementary in san jose has been hit hard with close to 90 students getting sick over the past three weeks. in all... at least ten schools in san jose and santa clara have reported students falling ill. hacienda has been scrubbing down classrooms overnight to try to keep more students from getting sick. the illness remains a mystery for now but health officials are looking into whether or not it is the norovirus.
( pam ) california is going to receive an additional 66- million dollars ... as part of the volkswagen emissions scandal. the carmaker previously agreed to pay out more than a -billion dollars as part of the settlement. and this money will be added to it. the state plans to use it... to offset pollution and invest in access to cleaner vehicles. volkswagen has admitted to cheating on government emissions tests... and has been fined in total.. nearly 3- billion dollars. one of the top stories we're tracking tonight... the man accused of setting dozens of cars on fire in the east bay...has now been identified. 36-year-old james bishop.... of pittsburg... is facing several arson charges for car fires all over contra costa county. investigators say they used surveillance video to track him down...arresting him over the weekend in benicia. bishop will be arraigned tomorrow. investigators are still looking to people to come forward who were affected or live near any of the
fires...so they can share info or surveillance video... and help prosecutors with their case. i'm gl, k4n. rf: here in novato - a man and woman found dead inside their home. marin county sheriff's officials say around 830 wed morning, they received a call alerting them about a couple found deceased, both had been shot. detectives were on scene through the day. sources say the couple had lived in the area for a long time. they say the wife had recently been ill and depressed about the death of her sister. the cause of death is still under investigation. in novato, te (dan kerman)summery here at the montgomery bart station was plunged into darkness during a p,g and e power outage but bart says it never should have happened because its emergency lighting
system should have kicked in bart is now installing new batte ries at those 14 stations 6 have some far been completed, while the others have a temporary fix in place. bart is also taking steps to make sure this lapse never happens again. (rob fladeboe)here in san jose emotional testimony in the penalty phase of the sierra lamar murder trial. sierra's classmates, one of her teachers and her older sister danielle on the stand. danielle telling the jury a part of her died with sierra. meantime, the judge is considering how to deal with new information raised by the defense that the lead investigator in the case was found to have given false testimony in another, unrelated murder case. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... breezy onshore flow will persist today along
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trump is busy looking to hire a new director of the f-b-i.( steve ) it's been exactly one week since he fired james comey. former connecticut senator and vice presidential candidate joe lieberman was seen leaving from the white house today. he is one of four candidates being considered. acting f-b-i director andrew mccabe, former oklahoma governor frank keating and robert mcfeely are all said to be on president trump's short list. in sports... we have some news on the condition of warriors' head coach steve kerr...... and the giants game gets a liuttle heated... gary will explain what happened... coming up
yasmani grandal deep down the right field line corey seagar and justin turner score 2-0 dodgerstop 3rdcueto throws high and tight to grandal it gets away from buster posey wild pitch chase utley scores 3-0 dodgers utley didn't like the inside pitch some words are said after the inning ends benches clear no one diedclayton kershaw rolling along strikes out mac williamson to end the 5th (kershaw (7-2): 7 ip, 3 hits, 0 runs, 5 k's)top 6th/ 3-0 dodgersyasiel puig singles to left field turner and cody belliger score 5-0 dodgers final: 6-1 dodgersgiants 5-game win streak snapped steve kerr continues to progress from his back
problemsper general manager bob per general problemshis back progress from continues to steve kerr steve kerr continues to progress from his back problemsper general manager bob myers the warriors head coach is expected travel with the team to san antonio for games 3 and 4 of the western conference finalskerr has not coached in the playoffs since game 2 in the first roundhere is myers talking about the team's performance in the absence of kerr 8-and-0 so far(sot: bob myers) "this is not easy. winning a playoff game is not easy.winning games without your head coach is hard, and i'm very proud of everyone. everyone's gotta be a little better. even steven, the roll he's in, he's not on the bench, but he's playing hurt
thompson 11all 13 warriors players scored they made 18 three-pointersgregg popovich he didn't like it at all! final: 136-100 warriors now they are off to san antonio for game 3 saturdayhere are durant and curry on the blowout win(sot: durant and curry) "you know they are a little undermanned, but they still play extremely hard, so we knew we couldn't take em, we couldn't come out here and relax. we couldn't think they were just gonna give us the game, we had to go take it.' "i don't know how much it'll carry over in games 2 and 3 going back to their place, but for us mentally we know what we need to do to be successful against this team. even with kawhi back in there, probably on saturday, we got to understand the things that we did better tonight. that's just being a lot more alert defensively to start and just making them work."
the warriors didn't have any practice today, but kevin durant was busy giving back to the community. kd...unveiled four newly refurbished courts at lincoln square park in downtown oakland. this is all part of his 'build it and they will ball' program.... and oakland is just the latest site to receive some new courts. he's also overseen renovations in oklahoma city, texas, seattle, oklahoma city, renovations in overseen he's also overseen renovations in oklahoma city, texas, seattle, and his hometown in maryland. "just a couple days ago we refurbished two courts in the area where i grew u when i first started playing the game and it was special to me because that's
where the dream started. i was in your position at one point, hoping that something would spark me to do something i love and i found the game of basketball by always going outside and finding my friends and just enjoying basketball brings." cowboys owner jerry jones in las vegas today and he talked about his motivation to see the raiders move to sin city"certainly you can already see how las vegas was good for the nfl and i could readily see why the raiders could bring something to the table here and that lifts all boats, that lives every team. so selfishly it was for the cowboys, that the raiders,are for my effort, here in las vegas because it's great for our league."
( steve ) take a look at this next piece of video. it can best be described as a smash and grab.. without the grab.( pam ) the owner says... he is baffled by what happened. a driver plowed into an r-v supply store in arizona... going right through the front door. stuff goes flying all over place... displays are smashed, but after driving around... instead of getting out, the driver makes a u-turn and guns it out of the store. the whole thing lasted about 15- seconds... the damage is estmated at about 15-thousand dollars. last weather and goodbye final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.
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